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Weekend Reading – May 4, 2007

Ah, Friday… Fridays are great aren’t they? To end the week, lets check out some interesting articles that I’ve found throughout the week.

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2 Comments

  1. Wolf Stone on May 4, 2007 at 11:35 pm

    The alpha project that the big banks are creating to rival the TSX was long due and should definitely reduce trading commissions for retail and institutional investors.

  2. FinancialJungle.com on May 5, 2007 at 3:30 am

    FrugalTrader, the link to my blog is very much appreciated! :) I was dancing on my chair.

    Wolf, the banks are not known to pass along the savings to their customers. Take trading fees for example. QuesTrade does it for $5, and Interactive Brokers for $1, but banks still charge $29 even though they have the economic of scale. I’m an existing TSX Group shareholder, so maybe I’m biased.

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